Korean War-era film encouraging high school boys to use the physical training, health and recreational resources of their communities so as to be ready for military service. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Korean War, Health and hygiene, Athletics
Substitutes opening and closing title cards for a narrator. DIRECTOR: Gil Altschul; CAMERA: Bruce Colling; WRITERS: Hartley Pfeil; EDITOR: Ace Moore; AUTHORITY: Judson T. Landis, Ph.D., Family Sociologist, University of California, Berkeley; JEFF: Sanford Singer Produced by Coronet Films. Educational collaborator: Judson T. Landis, Ph. D., Family Sociologist, University of California. Synopsis: Steady dating is considered a normal step in boy-girl relationships; yet, as is true of so many...
Attempts to provoke teens into discussion on the complex issue of going steady. Provides little support for the practice. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 13 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Teenagers, Social guidance: Dating
Drama focusing on gluttony and "hidden hunger," where well-nourished people eat poorly and malnourish themselves. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Nutrition, Food, Social guidance
Shows a number of examples of good sportsmanship in action. In these the importance of sportsmanship in all phases of daily living is emphasized. 00:46:53 MCU Boy playing basketball - stopped by referee - argues 00:47:06 Boy in silhouette with basketball, throws tantrum, throws ball (no audio except voice over) 00:49:18 More of same boy in silhouette with basketball throwing tantrum 00:53:06 Older boy goes up front steps 00:53:07 Trips over doll 00:53:12 CU Doll broken in the dirt next to boy's... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: sportsmanship
A bad-mannered 14-year-old meets himself as a young man of 21, and learns the fundamentals of good table manners. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance: Etiquette, Children